Neil 'where the fudge are my thalattosaurs' Kelley once brought my attention to the following piece of art...
I thought about saying something intelligent, but decided not to.
UPDATE: the image comes from here: Valin Mattheis's flickr site, and I hope I'm ok in using it.
I'm entranced by their cute carotenoid eyes.
Shouldn't that Theropod have feathers?
Vampire walruses ... what an Image.
The artistic genius behind this picture is my friend Valin Mattheis. Much, much more on his Flickr account; I suggest starting with Dolphin Eating Contest and working your way up from there.
Uh thalattosaurs on their way, promise. There's just so much to say about Agkistrognathus hard to fit it all into one post.
Killer walruses? Well, probably a good time to introduce Pelagiarctos thomasi.
I... I'm speechless.
Is this one of the deleted scenes in ice age 3?
Two words: mountain walrus, Google it.
Update: The Mountain Walrus. Note the one in the trees behind the elk in the first picture.
I never believed that the saber-toothed walrus used those fangs on mollusks.
What was he smoking when he came up with that?
Nothing. No illicit substance is required to understand the facts about ice age predation.
Alternative title: "Time-travelling Zombie Walruses of Southern Hudson Bay"
i am entranced by this and want to paint killer walruses.